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Today is the start of a new page on this blog. I’m introducing a DIY page. I’ve been surfing the web for a while and came across some amazing upcycle design. All very beautiful and amazing design pieces. What I noticed is that there are a lot of creative people who would like to make their own upcycle objects. Well that’s why I thought it would be great to have a section on upcycleDZINE where one could easily find upcycle DIY projects. And even better if there would be a tutorial to go with it to show how to go about.
So today is the start of the DIY page/section and I hope people will share tips on where to find great upcycle DIY tutorials. This way upcycleDZINE can built a great archive where everyone who wants to make upcycle design can find ideas and tutorials.
Check out the DIY page and let me know what you think. Remember, It’s a start!
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